Mogilev Governorate, Russian Empire
Zinovieva-Annibal was associated with the Silver Age of Russian Poetry. She hosted a literary salon, 'The Tower', with her husband, the poet Viacheslav Ivanov. Her short novel Tridsat'-tri uroda (Thirty-Three Abominations) was one of the few works of its day to openly discuss lesbianism.
- Torches (1903)
- Rings (1904)
- Thirty-Three Abominations (1907) short novel. Transl. by S. D. Cioran in The Silver Age of Russian Culture.
- The Tragic Menagerie (1907) stories.
- No!' (1918)
- Chris Tomei, 'Lidia Dmitrievna Zinov`eva-Annibal', in Katherine Wilson, ed., An Encyclopedia of Continental Women Writers, Vol. 2, 1991, pp.1382-3
- Adele Marie Barker and Jehanne M. Gheith, A History of Women's Writing in Russia (Cambridge University Press, 2002: ISBN 0-521-57280-0), p. 195.
- Bloomsbury Guide to Women's Literature
- P. Davidson, The Poetic Imagination of Viacheslav Ivanov
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